I’ve always wanted to become an architect (except when as a child I wanted to be Pope). Only when studying at the RWTH Aachen in Germany, my home country, did I realise that I am more interested in the places between the buildings, so I combined studying Architecture with Urban Design.
I moved to San Francisco and worked for George Hargreaves, maybe inspired by the beauty of North California. After managing the construction of Discovery Green in Houston, I relocated to London and worked on the Olympic Park for the next five years.
I joined LDA Design in 2012 and have managed a wide range of projects from the Olympic Park Transformation to the Science Gallery London, the town centre of the mixed-use development Northwest Cambridge, and the roof gardens at King’s Cross T2.
In my free time I enjoy reading, sports, and exploring London and its parks with my wife and two young kids.
Walter de Maria and other ‘Land Art’ artists.
We don’t recycle plastic bags.
Watching the crowds enjoying the Olympic Park during the Games.